Work-Life Balance

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How to Help When an Employee Is Affected by a Death in the Family

When one of your employees is dealing with a death in the family, it can affect the whole team. More

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A Business Counselor Can Help Relieve Stress at Work and at Home

Get outside help to keep stress from overwhelming your work and family life. More

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Remodeling Company Owners Who Work in the Field

It's possible to swing a hammer and still run a thriving, profitable business without going crazy. More

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Survey on work-life balance

Perhaps unsurprisingly, the results of this monthís Reader Panel survey on... More

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Beyond Work, Sleep, Work

Remodelers discuss taking time out of their business to focus of family and the other things that really matter. More

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Training a salesperson to take your place

One of the most difficult parts of moving a remodeling business forward is... More

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Scheduling Convenient Appointments

A prospect calls you and says, “I'm interested in remodeling my kitchen. When can... More

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Remodelers need to let go of business control

Most remodelers are control freaks. As a recovering remodeler, I hope I can say that without getting into trouble. When money gets tight, these remodelers tend to intensify their grip. Their employees feel that squeeze, and it doesn't feel good. More

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Take Care of Personal Problems Before They Destroy Your Business

As these remodelers show, shifting focus away from the business for a time to deal... More

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Counselors at Large

After building his vacation home, Tom Mitchell, owner of Mitchell Construction, in Medfield, Mass., wanted to take a month off and still be able to return to a thriving business. More

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